Good Books

Our lives can be enriched by reading, and reading good books goes a long way towards a richer, healthier and fuller life. These are some of the books in my library:

Christianity:
New Geneva Study Bible

Commentary – Matthew Henry

Grace – Max Lucado
Traveling Light – Max Lucado
God Came Near – Max Lucado
Resurrection Morning – Max Lucado

Meeting At The River – Rev. David L. Hatton, RN

The Search For Peace – Robert S. McGee
The Search For Significance – Robert S. McGee

Walking His Trail – Steve & Ginny Saint

Finding God – Dr. Larry Crabb
Inside Out – Dr. Larry Crabb

Loving God – Charles Colson
Kingdoms In Conflict – Charles Colson

Every Thought Captive – Richard L. Pratt Jr.

The Man God Uses – Henry & Tom Blackaby

Ordering Your Private World – Gordon MacDonald

Lord, Change Me! – Evelyn Christenson

Your God Is Too Small – J. B. Philips

Marriage and sexuality:
The God Of Sex: How Spirituality Defines Your Sexuality – Dr. Peter Jones

The Act of Marriage: The Beauty of Sexual Love – Dr. Tim & Beverly LaHaye

Sheet Music: Uncovering the Secrets of Sexual Intimacy in Marriage – Dr. Kevin Leman

A Celebration of Sex – Dr. Douglas Rosenau

The Marriage Builder – Dr. Larry Crabb

Making Love Last Forever – Gary Smalley

Love Life For Every Married Couple – Ed Wheat, M.D. & Gloria Okes Perkins

Real Moments For Lovers – Barbara De Angelis Ph.D

It Was Better in the Backseat – Sherry Lehman, M.A.

Relationships and recovery:
Men In Mid-Life Crisis – Jim Conway

The Art of Understanding Yourself – Cecil Osborne

Rebuilding – Dr. Bruce Fisher

The Journey from Abandonment to Healing – Susan Anderson
Black Swan – Susan Anderson

Sexual addiction:
An Affair of the Mind – Laurie Hall

Don’t Call It Love – Patrick Carnes, Ph.D.
Out Of The Shadows – Patrick Carnes, Ph.D.
Contrary To Love – Patrick Carnes, Ph.D.

Reference:
Private Parts: A Doctor’s Guide To The Male Anatomy – Yosh Taguchi, M.D. (urologist)

Out In The Open: The Complete Male Pelvis – R. Louis Schultz, Ph.D.

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2 thoughts on “Good Books

  1. Your list of books reflects breadth not only of interest but of learning. You have nurtured your mind with good mental nutrients, and that’s why your writing has so much substance. Never any superficiality or fluff. It makes you and good blogger today, or a good essayist in yesteryear.

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